This is David Bowie's Last Will

This is David Bowie's Last Will
David Bowie left behind a record fortune to his heirs.

According to The New York Post, his Last Will, which is entrusted to a court in New York, the 69 years old rock star is leaving behind a fortune of around $100 million.

Half of the capital, Bowie has bequeathed to the widow, the Somali supermodel Iman, who also gets the couple's home in Soho in New York.

The two children, filmmaker Duncan Jones and teenage daughter Lexi share the other part of the wealth after Bowie, who died from cancer on January 10.

The family has, as requested by Bowie, said nothing about what he left behind, or how he wanted to be laid to rest, but this is evident from the Testament.

His will, prepared in 2004, directed that his body be cremated and his ashes scattered in Bali. According to The Guardian, his family scattered his ashes there following a Buddhist ceremony.

After his death Bowie is now equal with Elvis Presley's amazing record from 1977 by having twelve albums simultaneously on the British Top 40 list, reports the BBC.

Bowie has also, as only Michael Jackson has done before, now had over half of the ten most sold albums on the Top 10 list, writes the music newspaper NME.

He currently tops the list post mortem with the album "Black Star", which was released just two days before he died.

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